Universal Design for Learning

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is the intentional practice of removing barriers to improve learning for all students.

Opportunity to participate in research about promoting digital accessibility at UNL

Participants are sought for a research study examining the effectiveness of the Digital Accessibility training in the Bridge portal.

Accessibility and Universal Design for Learning Bridge Training

This Bridge training provides instructions for increasing accessibility in digital programs (Microsoft Office and Canvas), file types, and videos.

Getting Started with UDL

world-refresh(data-transfer)9-24-21 Participants were introduced to the fundamentals of UDL and learn methods of implementing UDL.

Accessibility and UDL Instructor Resource

Curated by several university departments and experts, the Accessibility and UDL Instructor Resource is available through Canvas.

Impacts of Cognitive Load on Student Learning

This video explains aspects of course design that can contribute to cognitive overload as well as simple things instructors can do to reduce the cognitive load of their students.

Using Accessibility Checker in Canvas and Office

This presentation focuses on making course materials more accessible and working towards Universal Design for a biology course.

Building a Better Container: Accessibility, Access, and Universal Design

7-16-20 The goal of this workshop was to provide faculty with an overview of the interrelationship between accessibility and Universal Design for Learning (UDL).

Accessibility Essentials Checklist

Use this checklist to address essentials and learn more about accessibility and universal design for learning (UDL) with the Accessibility and UDL Instructor Resource developed by the CTT in collaboration with the Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD), Instructional Technology Services (ITS), and Institutional Equity and Compliance (IEC).